Bartlett Residence Hall
- Residence Hall
The student population in Bartlett Hall is primarily upperclassmen, and the building community is well known for its quiet and friendly atmosphere and central location.
Statistics and History
- Constructed: 1931
- In Honor of: Frank L. Bartlett
- In this building: Office of Residence Life
- 3 RA's supervise with a shared Graduate Residence with Barresi and Cannon
- Free laundry
- Full kitchen
About this Facility
Once an all-male residence hall, Bartlett is now coed by room and is the only residence hall on campus almost solely comprised of single occupancy rooms, which makes it very popular with all students, including our international student population.
Located on the north side of campus, Bartlett boasts a large fireplace lounge area ideal for informal chats, popcorn gatherings, and movie nights.
What Students Say...
"Its a great place to live - there's a great balance between being quiet enough to get work done and social enough to have fun at the same time."
"It's neat having people from different areas of the world all in the same building."
"Convenient location on campus relative to the academic buildings and studios in Harder Hall."